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BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



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Rev. Thomas Bowman, D. D., Pres't, Ex. 

Gen. E. Fleming, Secretary, 

Hon. J. Smith, Treasurer, 

Egbert Faries, Esq.^ - - - 

Ma J. C. Low, 

J. S. Crawford, M. D., - 

A. Updegraff, - - - - - 

C. B. EOWMAN, . - - - 

Geo. Slate, . - - - - 
Hon. a. Woodward, • - - 
0. Watson, Esq., . - - - 
S. Gould, - - - - - 
C. W. ScATES, Esq., - - - - 
J. F. Cowan, . . _ - 

David Showers, Esq., - - - 
M. Chamuerlain, - - -. - 
M. W. Jackson, . - - - 

EeV. J. TONNER, - . - - 

Eev. J. Foley, . - - . 

Eev. C. B. Tippett, - - - 
Eev. T. Mitchell, - - - - 



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MissE. K. LY3iAN, ) 

As:;' s! ait's 'iii Fv:na'e Jjepaii merit . 

Mi-^^ Orili'lLTA c. ::a;onsgx, 

iii>Ar!f.77iemal Alu^iic. 

Lccfurcr (ra Geology^ Juincralocry mid Boiavy. 




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CLASSICAL DEPARTMENT. 



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Care, Thomas 
Claiil)aiip:li, Levi 
Cooper, Louis 
Crcigliton, A. M. 
I)ill,Villiaiii IL 
Else, Benjamin B. 
Fribley, Charles W. 
George, J.N. 
Gosh, John 
Guss, John 
Jackson, Clarence G. 
John, David C. 
John, Georac W. 
Joyce, F^lijah 
Ki'(\>s, Wilson C. 
Landis, John \V. 
Ludwig, L. F. 
IMiller, Alfred 
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Rich, Cliarh^s B. 
Rhone, J)aniel S. 



Porisiaoidh 
Aliona 

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Sidovji 

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Woisonlouii 

FuUrsonfoini 

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Saddler, John Durbin 
Saukcy, II. V. 
Showers, Daniel IT. 
Sibbett, W. K. 
Snyder, Eugene 
Taylor, Isaac S. 
Thompson, Henry S. 
Crav/ford Iluth A. 
Eiiiorv, Eva 
iMiiery, Martha 
Goodlander. Jane 
Mast. .Vnnie 



l>rown, John F. 
BroAvn, Jolni W. 
Conner, John AV. 
Curraii, J I. A. 
J)vsoii, J. F. 
Frantz, J. IF 
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Iliesler. Ch'U'les F. 
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Mad ill, (F A. 
MofH'o, James G. 
Noll', James 
Osmer, J. IF 
Savid-e, (V)I. II. 

Slioemaker, S. F. 
Stock, CliarJes F. 
Tanoyliill, (F Fane 



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IIESTDEXCES. 



Wilson, James T. - 
Evans, Mary W. 
Fisk, Phoebe P. 
Fritz, Rebecca 
Heisley, Susan 
Low, Emily M. 
Rusling, Eliza K. 
Salisbury, Ellen F. 
Streibeigh, Lydia C. 
Wilson, Lizzie C. 



Salona 

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Pine GreeJc 
Mc Veytoivn 
Williamsport 
Lime liidge 
Trenton, N, J. 
Ectst Sniitlifield 
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Salona 



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Fowman, E. Jess(3 
Frown, P. A. IF 
Fessler, IF 
Hepburn, William 
Miles, It. IF 
Miller, W. F. 
Miller, Steplien 
Morris, J. Irwin 
INIunroe. IF S. 
NeiT. Isaac 
Ti})pett, Ed. 
Tippott, Emory 
Thompson, Joliu V 
tWood, Chr. 
Woodward, Jolin 
AVoo(hvard, Voi'k 
Zinn, Jolin M. 
F>ennott, llattio i\ 
Fowman, M. V. 
Faldwell, Jane 
Younir, Marv A. 



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§Auten, Ph. L. 
Brook, Ballard S. 
'^Bruner, Andrew J. 
Cottrcll. E. C. 
§DashiG], Isaac 
Drake, James S. 
tKrcanier, Geo. 
Leil)rick, G. T. 

Iledfei'n, 

Koss, J. P. Q. 
Rundle, Jos. 
Traugli, jlilton M. 
Leib, Geor^^nana V. 
Gould, Annie 
Orrick, (Icoru'iana E. 
Iiothrock, Alice 



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Milton 

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Lock Haven 
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Sliles, W. B. 



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Covert, J. W. 
Packer, Albert 
Painter, II. 



Sicnhur^l 
fViUiainsport 
Sunhary 



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Brown, A. 
Burrows, F. J. 
Ciirtiii, J. I. 
Dnnn, J. Ramsey 
Dunn, W.isluugtoa 
Fver, P. F. 

Fredericks, D. II. Yi. 
Gates, S. G. 
Ilerr. Daniel 
JrolTman, William 
Ilysore, Milton E. 
Land is, Jose|)!i 
Lloyd, William 
Luce, Sidney 
Moore, Bedell G. T- 
Moore, Isaac 
Potsn-rovc, J. B. 

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NAMES. 


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Shaw, AV. AV/ 
Striebv, Henrv J. 
Thomas, llerdic 
Wool vcr ton, C. W. 
Zaiicr, Levi 
BehcL Mary E. 
Bradley, Kate L. 
(Jurtin, Mara'erv L 
(rrav, Maii:u*ic A. 
JIart, Marietta 
lliighes, ]\lary E. 
Lloyd, Mary 
AlcCahen, Elizabeth 
Mcrriek, Rebeeea 
Moorhead, Anna A. 
MiLssiiia, l^aurctta, 
Kyiiian, Eleiioi'a 
Tanvliill, M. Ellen 
Taylor, Eanuie \u 
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Dushore 
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Slonasfown 
Wellshoro 
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IVilVmntsport 
M[fflntown 
JVellsboro 
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Diirkci't, iM'asiu,- 
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Fans, .loshiia 
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RESIl)EXCf:S. 



Sanderson. W. H. 
Shaman, J. II. 
Speaker, L. B. 
Winter, Saml G. 
AVormlev, J. A. 
Baird, Virginia 
Bartlett, P. A. 
Bowman, Alartha 
Bressler, Charlottr^ 
Davis, Ilanna 
Drake, Elmira L. 
Ebert, A. M. E. 
Fleming, Ellen E. 
Field, Ennna 
(Jonld, Jnlia A. 
Gearhcart, Eliza 'W 
Hopper, Emma 
Hurst, Afargaret 
Ilyman, Sarah B,. 
Matliews, Bacliel 
jNIcCalian, Deborah 
Mcllick, Samantha 
Oliver, Annie 
Paige, Sarali X. 
Peterman, Catharine 
Polloek,Sallie 
Batlmiell, Marv- 
Uicli, RaclK'l 
Stevens. Foi-m^^Iia 
Thomas. Marv A. 
l^p(h\i>'rair. CatliariiK 
AV^ooihrnlT, Harriot 
AVriglil, Elhm 



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Mainville 
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Corning, N, Y, 
Liberty 
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Honey Brook 
Loek Haven 
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Monfovrsvillc 
Dfinnslnirg 
JViJliajn sport 
Hereford, Md, 
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Eaird, I). P. 
Bcaclianip, Chas. E. 
Bcstoi', J. II. 
(\irot!ier."<, Jas. 
Creasy, AV. X. 
JJouglierty, \V. 
Geddis, W. C. 
Jameson. A. B. 
Krickbauni, W. 
Moon, It, N. 
Rittciiliouse, Jolm 
biioeniaker, Iv. 
Sliuler, J, B. 
Till I, W. 
Ijcaver, ]\racriric 
Iju.-i), lionrieita 
Cole, Harriet ^1. 
I'leining, Clara A. 
Gedill:-, Lizzie ]\I. 
Jaek, Elizabeth J . 
Kincr, Jnne C. ^ 
]\I e^^sen,^'er , Am el i a 
Mile?, E. T. 
Peal, Margaret 
Roiieh, M. E. 
Stevens, Elmira 
Stronp, Mnry E, 
Tull, Mary h. 



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OaldtUid 3[iils 
Lewisburrf 
Line RUgr, 
Colmnhus 
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liar ri son ^ 0. 
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Elvira 

Brl'emount, Md. 
MilJUrdoicn 

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(Jrrabra 

JVilliarnsporl 
Loicisburg 

JViiliam-sporf 
Jerseij SJcorc 
Ikru'ick 
Kiru/slon, -Vi. 
S^^nhury 
Nippe.nosc 
Camhra 
Wdliamspori 
BcJJcnioiird , Md,. 

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•^'Dennison, Thos. 
Garnett, A. G. 
Goodlander, SamE 
Gorsucli, J. L. 
Harvey, J. W. 
Huff, J. P. 
McGinnis, James 
Whittingtoii, W. C. 
Gorsiieh, Elenor A. 
]\rorris, Sarah J. 
Tomlinson, Amelia 
Walter?, Viradnia 
White, Marv L. 



Class 



Forcsman, P. X. 
Kittenhouse, George 
Woodruft^ Gideon 
Pea], Terressa 
Rothrock, Marv F. 



Baltimore, Md, 

Milton 

Hereford, Md. 
Baltim.ore^ Mc?. 



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AVintermute, F. 



Jersey Shore 
Baltimore, -^Id^ 
[dcrefnrd, ^hL 
MiUlMl 
Nimissilla, 0. 
Williamsport 
' Beach Creeh 

III. — .CicctlOU 3. 

Williamsport 
Ilarri'Oi 0. 
Liberty 
Sunbury 
Williamsport 

Section 5. 

WiUiam.sport 
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Class IV.— Section ^. 



Jamison, Lizzie 



Williamsport 

Section B 



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DEPOUTMEXT. 



COMMON ENGLISH DEPARTMENT. 



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Baiicrinan, H. B. 


Hal I fax 


Bcrgcr, Peter 


Clinton Milh 


Green, ITarrv (/. 


Willuunnport 


Ilaine.^, Alfred 


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Uuss, Yj. J. 


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Schneider, Louis 


Jf^fUianhspor/ 


Storms, ITri 


(Jorrdnff, X. ] 


Taylor, ^riveau 


Jnili(f)i)spnrt 


Weaver. R. M. 


M()nf()}irsr!lh' 


Willis, Ilodolph 


Baltimore J .Md. 


Wineirardner, Tliomns 


Willicnnsporl 


Winfertnute, Cieei-o, 


IVeissporf 


Caldwell, Annie K, 


JVtlliamspnr/ 


Garolliers, JiMinle l. 


.jYewberri/ 


Clarke, livr ia, Vy*. 


lVillin?7isporf 


GiK y vinist, Sarali d. 


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AFussina, Lauretta. 


WilJiamHporl 


() iver, Annie S. 


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8 



8 
8 
8 

7 

i 
i 

7 
8 
f. 
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6 



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4 

6 



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NAMES. 



IIESIDEXCKS. 



Childs, Sinton 
Crawford, Joseph 
Curtin, Jas. B. 
Elliot, Henry C. 
Elliot, William 
Fnlmcr. W. 
Gilmorr, George . 

Gilmore, Henrv ■ 

Leil), Robert Y., 
Lonii;, F. A. 
Melick, Pulaski 
Miles, Hunter 
Oliver, S. Lloyd 
Or wan, W. B. 
I'otter, (\ H. 
Sallada, L IL T. 
Spauldinjr, J. A. 
Tanyhill, J. AVesley 
AVilihcm, 11. 
l)uljb, Jose])hiiiC 
]\IeKinle\\ Annie M. 



Loyalsock 
Williamsport 
Milesbuig 
Arinstronf!; 



ki 



Loyalsock 



<( 



u 



Williamsport 

Troy 

Light Street 
Williamsport 



Troy 
Hahlershurg 

Williamsport 
17 oy 
Sunbury 
Shrewsbury 
Williamsport 
Jersey Shore 



DKPOUTMENT. 

6 
6 

7 
7 
7 
8 
7 
7 
7 
8 
'7 
7 
6 
6 
8 
8 
8 

7 
8 
i\ 
8 



Class II. S kctio n A . 



Carr, Andrew 11. 
( Mirisnian, \s\ 
Col run*. Laac 
Curtin, Orlando 
Free. Isaac 
Jlill, Jolm IL 
11 oilman, B. 
1 l(_)lVma!i. d. A\'- 
1 lower, d. IL 
K(^ar. Ivicliard. 
Kimr. W. C. 



Baltimore^ JId. 

Williamsport 

Halifax 

Milcsburg 

Shrewsbury 

Lime Ridixc 

Loyalsock 

Lime Ridge 

Watsontowii 

Miner svil It 

Mill Hall 





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M. 






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D I C K I X S N S E IM I xV A R Y . 



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Mcirliii, A. 
JMor-c, Adolplius E, 
Ohl, J. 11. 
I*i('reo, li. A. 
Poisal, R. Eiiierv 
Rurabau^'h, F. C. 
SavidLro, Joreniiah 
ShuiiuiM, Erasias 
SliiioliolDcr, Jleiirv 
Stinchclpcr, Louis 
AVci-.-'l. !). 

(»il»oii. Letitia 
llullniaii. Harri(3t 
Pa.Li'o, ^rary E. 
Rough, Mary E. 
Wciu-e], Sarali J. 



Allen, Thomas E. 
Rownian, J. Diirliin 
Doobler, Thomas 
Fir-Id, Ali>ert 
Foley, C. E. 
(ioodhiiider, G. AV. 
He'oertou, Geora^o 
Hill, James 
Kinir, W. R. 
Lockliart, A. IL 
]\Iillei', James 
Miller, Freston 
^foorhead, John 
Patton, George 
Sarvis, C. S, 
Smith, W. Dorsey 
Cooper, Margaret M. 
Gcssner, Anna L. 



Lycom irrr 

Iroy 

WUliamsport 

I ro y 

Baltimore^ MJ, 

Lindea 

Sunbury 

J\lainville 

Lyrominj 

tt 

• 

Linden 

Lycoming 

Williamspoi'i 

JMppenose 

Williainsport 

Section B . 

Williamsport 

a 
tt 

it 

Danville 
Mltoii 

Wil Hums port 
Li77ie Ridjo 
Linden 

J\l(iuck Chunk 
L.oyfilsock 
Birrysburg 
Barraboo, Wis. 



DEPORTMIJXT. 

■ 7 
8 
7 
7 



Sunbury 
Ballimore^ Md. 
Black Creek 
Leunsburg 



Ky. 



8 
C 

7 
7 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 



6 
6 
5 

5 

3 

7 

8 

i 

fr 
I 

4 
G 
G 
G 

7 
7 
8 

7 



I I 




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NAMES. 



TIESIDEXCES. 



DEPORTMENT. 



Class III . — S e c t i o n A . 



Baird, John M. 
Brannan, Thos. 
Bubb, J. 

Evans, Joseph R. 
Ilurst, Jno. J. 
§Larew, G. W^ ~ 
Miller, Joseph 
Melick, Orien 
Peterman, J. 
Smith, S. S. 



Liberty 

Owens Millsy MJ, 
Williamsport 
Millville 
Liberty 
' Yark Springs 
Lycoming 
Licr/it Street 
Muncy 
Weatherly 



Section B . 



Bishop, IT. 
Gould, Alexander 
Thomas, J. 
Weimer, Chas. A, 
Wenner, P. 
AVelshans, C. W. 
Williamson, Edward 
Essinirton, Marv E. 



Elmira, JV. Y 

Williamsport 

Snlfadasburg 

Libert y 

Columbus 
Millport 
Snlhidasburg 
Ilcijlmnii's 



Class IV , — S e c t i o n A . 



Sec TioN B . 



2 L 'f' under ccn jU. f . 



C 



7 

2 
5 

5 

2 
4 
() 
7 
6 
6 



6 
4 

7 
7 
8 
6 
G 



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NAMES. 



RESIDENCES. 



DEPORTMENT. 



rEETARATOEY DEPAETMENT. 



Class I. Section A. 



Smitli, TInrrison 
Youn2;maii, Samuel 



Williamsport 



u 



Artlcy, Ilulin!^ 
r>arrctt, C. AVillio 
Cramer, Geor^'o 
Hart man, M. 
Iless, Codfrey 
TToflnian, Cliavles 
Ilofl'man, Elias 
Oliver, Joliii C. 
nimnn, Closes 
Woisel. (leorgc 
Jk'owii, ]Mary 



Section B 



Armstrong 
Williamsport 

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it 
tt 
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Class II . — S e c t i o n A 



Tlowinnn, 'J'liomas M. 
i Mcls. Amos 
I lon'innn, .loliii 
K id. >\(lain 
.^llIs.silla. J. L. 
Mussina, A. 



Williamsport 



<< 

it 



8 



7 
7 
8 
7 
7 
8 
8 
8 
8 
7 
7 



5 

8 
8 
7 
7 





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NAMES. 



RESIDENCES. 



DEPORTMENT. 



Quinn, George 
Tippett, Geo. R. 



Williamsport 



(( 



Allen, Mary R. 


a 




Heiner, Alice 


u 




Lester, Martha 


u 




Oliver, Agnes 


«< 




Packer, Annie 


a 




Reeder, Mary E. 


a 




S 


ECTION B . 




Bowman, C. Preston 


Williamsport 




Clarke, Daniel S. 


Armstrong 




Iluntoon, Laudean 


Williamsport 




Huntoon, Frederick 


a 




Lester, William 


u 




Ullman, Simon 


u 




Bouton, riellen 


(( 




Eddy, Alice M. 


Cooperstown, JV. 


Y. 


Fleming, Laura C. 


Williamsport 




Gies, Ellen N. 


a 




Haines, Mary 


(( 




Ilartman, Elizabeth 


li, 




Iless, Louisa 


u 




Low, IVIargaret IL 


u 




Moore, Harriet 


u 




;VIarkley, Catharine 


it 




.S'ickols, Angeline 


u 




Quinn, Caroline 


u 




Young, Martha 


ii 





Class III. — S e c t i o n A 

Arclibold, Win. II. Baltimore, Md. 

Bowman, Willie II. Willmmsport 

GreonaAvalt, Frederick Pottstovm 



6 

7 
7 
8 
7 
8 
8 
7 



6 

8 
7 
7 
7 
6 
8 
8 
7 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
7 
7 



4 

8 
8 




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:\ A^iKs. 



i:r:sii)K^cKs. 



DEPORTMENT. 



ilaMiard, James 
Qui nil, Puter 
Ullnian, Lemuel 
Buebler, Louisa 
Caldwell, Sarah 
Throp, Ellen L. 
Winegardner, Eebecca 



Williamsport 



a 



Loyal sock 
Williamsport 



n 



ml 



il 



li 



Section B. 



Book, Xewton 


Williamsport 


Elliot, IxP.liih 


^rmstronrr 


nciiioi', Cliarlos 


Williamsport 


?^^'(;ro, Clia:^. B. 


li 




u 


Ptraicy, Jm.o. W* 


it 


Stephaii, Piiiiip 


n 



Class IV. — Section A. 



Trop;ni(z, Ernest 
Ullinaii, Nathan 
Winegardner, A]r»ert 



Williamsport 



ii. 



a 



S ECTION B, 



S U M M A R Y 

Cla^sioal Bonnrlmrnt, 
Ilip-lirr Enii'lish Dcparfinrnt, - 
CominoR Knti-lisii Department, - 
Preparatory Dcpartnicnt, 

Total, 



6 
8 
8 
5 
8 
7 
7 
8 



5 

7 
8 
8 
7 
6 
7 



7 

8 
8 



111 

134 

107 

67 

419 



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This embraces a period of three years and is designed to 
qualify students for teaching in any Higli School or Academy, 
or for any department of busine^s. Ui)on completing the fol- 
lowing course the student will bo entitled to a diploma. 
Those intending to enter college, and others, not wishing to 
complete the course, can pursue such studies as they desire. 

PREPARATOTY. 

Reading and Spelling. 

Fenmansljip. 

Arithmetic, (Practical) 

do. (Mental; 
Geography, . - - - 

Granunar, -.---. 
History, ...--. 

Etymology, 

Natural Philosophy, (1st Lessons) - 
Algebra, (Elements) .... 

'' (Intellectual) - - . - 

Phvsioloa'v, (Primary) . - . - 

Composition, Declamation and Vocal Music. 



Davies. 

Colburn. 
MitchelFs Intermediate. 

Smiths. 

Goodrich. 

Lynd. 

Parker. 

Loomis. 

Tower. 

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FIRST YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

Arithmetic, 

Algebra, — Elements Finished, 
History, — Ancient and Modern, 
Latin, — 1st Book. 
English Grammar, — Continued, 

SECOND TERM. 

Natural History, - - 

Algebra, — Advanced, - 



Loomis. 
Loomis. 

M^Clintock & Crooks, 

Hart. 



Smellie. 
Loomis. 



Latin,— 1st Book, - - - M'Clintock & Crooks- 

Classical Antiquities, - ... Salkeld. 

Book Keeping, - . . . Fulton & Eastman. 

THIRD TERM. 

Natural Philosophy, 

Latin, 2d Book, 

Algebra, — Finished - - - - ■ 

Plivsiok)i>'y, 

Constitution of tlie United States, 

D U R I N G THE YEAR. 

Orthograpliy, Reading, Penmansliip and Vocal Music. 



Johnston. 

MTlintock. 

Loomis. 

Cutter. 

Burleiurli. 



SECOND YEAR 



Loomis. 
Mattison & Burritt. 



P I R S T T E R M . 

Geometry, - . . . . 

Astroiiomy, - - - . 

Ca^^sar, and Cornelius Nepos. 

1st Book in Creek, - - M^Clintock & Crooks. 

SECOND T E R M. 

Geometry,-Continued, .... j^^^,,^i^^ 

Mental Phik3so,)],y, u^^j^^^^^ 

I)e Senectute <k. Ovid. 

1st Book in Greek, - . . MX^lintock & Crooks. 

Ancient (ieography. 

















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THIRD TERM. 

^ Conic Sections, 

Chemistry, 

Mental Philosophy, — Con., 

Amicitia, Virgil. 

Greek, — 2d Book, 

DURING THE YEAR. 

Composition, Declamation, and Vocal Music. 



Loomis. 

Johnston. 

Upham. 

M^Clintock. 



THIRD YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

^Trigonometry, — Plane & Spherical, 

■^Botany, 

Logic, 

Evidences of Christianity, - - - - 
Cicero^s Orations and Sallust. 
Cyropoedia and Odyssey. 

SECOND TERMi 

■^Mensuration, Leveling, Surveying and Navi- 
gation, -...-♦- 

Political Economy, 

■^Mineralogy, - 

Rhetoric, - 

Livv and De Officiis. 
Memorabilia and Iliad. 

THIRD TERM, 

■^Analytical Geometry, .... 
•^'Geology, 

Moral Philosophy, 

Horace and Tacitus. 

Sophocles and Herodotus. 

Butler's Analogy, 

DURING THE YEAR. 

Composition, Declamation, and Elocution. 



Loomis. 

Gray & "Wood. 

- Wh ately . 

Paley. 



Loomis. 

Wayland. 

Dana. 

Whately. 



Loomis. 

- Gray. 

Wayland. 



Crooks. 





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■■ For those studies marked with a -' otiiers luav be substi- 
tilted. Tims tlie course may be accomodated to the wants of 
Ladies or CentliMiieii. 

'J'lie Classes in Areiisiii-ntion, Levelinn: i\Y\d Survevinfr are 
practiced in the use of tlie Quadrant and other Insiruments, 
and in Plotting. 

Written exercises and Translations in Latin and Greek 
tlirougliout tlie wliole course. 

Cermax. — Ollendorfs d rammer, Adler^s Reader, Scliiller, 
Ocetlie, Adler's Dictionary. 

Frexcit. — Olleiidorfs (Irammar (Value) Telemaque. 

Dramatic Reader, Racine, 8urenne^s Dictionary, Charles 
XIL 

Those who wish to pursue the Classics further than is con- 
temj)lated in the above course, can use any approved text- 
books ; and those who prefer it, may substitute the FrencI) 
and German for the Latin and Greek. 

Orxamextal P>RAxrF[Es.- Vocal and Listrumental Music, 
Paintino- and drawing, receive s])ecial attention. The Ladies 
are allowed to sulislitute these, together with German and 
French, for some of the higher studies in mathematics and 
for the Latin and Greek. 

Lecteres on tlie several branches of Natural Science will 
Ijc deliv(M'e(| nt n^guhir and stated periods. 

\ <)r.\L ATe^ic. — ^Insti'uction in this science will be given to 
tlie cnlirc school, by a competent teacher, at regular periods. 

A \()j>.MAE Ceass will be formed (when re([uired,) and spe- 
cial attention will be given to those who may wish to prepare 
tlieni-olve< for the important duties of tcachinir. 

A I'.ini.M Ai. Class will also be rormcd for the benefit of 
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LOCATION. 



Williamsport is one of the most beautiful and healthful pla- 
ces in tlie State. It has never been subject to epidemics of 
any kind. No student has hitherto suffered in health by a 
residence here. On the contrary, many coming to the School 
sickly, have returned fully restored. In point of intelligence 
and morality the citizens Avill compare favorably with those of 
any other place. The location is central and accessible from 
all quarters. The Railroads, now completed, bring us within 
a few hours ride of Elmira, Danville, Pottsville, Ilarrisburg, 
Ilollidaysburg, Philadelphia and I^altimore. No more desir- 
able position for a Seminary of Learning can be found. 

ORGANIZATION. 

The School is organized on the most ap])roved plan of the best 
Institutions of New Vork and New England. ]t embraces 
both sexes, under the same government and instruction. The 
PrincipaFs family -and the Teachers occupy apartments in the 
building and have a constant oversight of all the Students. 

The Ladies' private and public rooms arc entirely separate 
from the others, and there is no association of tlie sexes but in 
the presence of their Listructors. T/fc Ladies and Gentlemen 
have less freedoni of intercourse here than af Itoine. 

The happy inlluence, mutual/?/ exerted m their slight associa- 
tion in the recitation-room, at the table, and in the public ex- 
ercises of the Chapel, is to be seen in the cultivation of a 





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cheerful and amiable disposition, — in the formation of good 
liabits and manners, — in ardent devotion to study — and in the 
attainment of high moral character. These, with many other 
valuable results, have established tlie fact, that the best plan 
for a school, is, according to the evident design of Providence 
in the constitution of society, on the basis of a well regulated, 
cliristian family. Ladies equally with the Gentlemen, are 
lienefited in this arrangement. The numerous and crowded 
Schools of this kind, spreading over the country, fully attest 
the correctness of the plan. 

ACCOMODATIONS. 

Within the past year, a large central Building has been 
erected, which, with the two old ones^ will accomodate from 
three to four hundred students. These buildings are of brick, 
licated by furnaces in the cellar, and are Avell nigh fire proof. 
The rooms are large and well ventilated. In the entire ar- 
ranu^oment of the buildintcs, G:reat care has been had for the 
comfort and health of the occupants. The grounds contain 
about seven acres, aflbrdimr suflicient room for exercise and 



play. 



BOARDING, &c. 



The Trustees liave been able to make new arrangements in 
the Hoarding Hall, by which a large expense will be saved to 
the htudeut. l]y the following list of prices, it will be seen 
that our total ex[)cnsc is quite as low as that of any Institu- 
tion of like grade in this state; not excepting those schools in 
which cheap scholarships l;ave beon sold. We desire and in- 
tend to brintr down The cost of education to the lowest point 
possible, and thus afford to the masses, sound, intellectual and 
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PRICES. 



Board, 

Washing, (ten pieces) 

Room, lights and fuel, 

Total per week, 



Per Week. 

1 55 
20 
25 

$2 00 



RATES OF TUITION. 



Reading, Writing, and spelling, 
Elementary Arithmetic, Geography & History, 
More advanced " *' '^ 

Higher English, - - - - 

Latin and Greek, - - - - 

EXTRA. 

German and French each 

Drawing, . . . - - 

Monochromatics, 

Polychromatics, . - - . 

Painting in Water Colors, 



Per Term of 14 Weeks. 

$4 00 



5 00 

6 00 

8 00 

9 00 



Per T«rm. 

$4 00 

2 50 

- 3 50 

3 50 

- 5 00 
8 00 

10 75 
2C5 



Oil Painting, - - - ' • 

Instrnction on tlio Piano, (three times a -ucck.) 
_^Use of I'iano for iiioctice, - . ' ^~— - 

N. B. — Each higher grade ineludeH all lielow in the list 
of rcsular charges, ami no (((hU/ional cltornes icill he made, 
except for those brancltcs not embraced in that list. 

EXPENSES PEH TERM. 

rdinmon English. Higher English. Latin <t Greek. 



Fall Term, (14 \vcel<^) $a:3 00 
Winter Term, (15 weeks,) 34 00 
Spring Term, )14 weeks) 33 00 



<rU 00 






00 
34 00 



$35 00 
36 00' 
- 35 00 





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Any student paying' on liis entrance into tlie tScliool the 
aboye Bills, sliall bo entitled to a I'eceipt in full, for all the 
charges in the Common t^^iiirlish, Iliglier Englisli, or Classical 
Department, as the ease may be. Jf the Bills arc not paid at 
the beginning of each Term, iiye per cent will be added to the 
above prices. Xo deduction will be made for absence, except 
in cases of protracted sickness ; nor w^ill any student be re- 
ceiyed for less time than one Term. 



ROOMS AND CLOTHING. 

• 

The rooms are furnished wath all heayy articles, but the 
students must bring tlieir own sheets, i)ilIows, pillows-cases, 
counterpanes, and towels ; and find their own brooms. The 
rooms mnst be kept in order by tlie occupants. Students should 
have oil their articles carefully viarJicd, 

TERMS OF ADMISSION. 

1. The Student must l)e well recommended as to moral char- 
acter. The school is not desiirned to be a House of Refusre. 

2. Must arrange, witli acting Treasurer, all^ bills. 

3. ]\rust be w^illing to take at least four studies : nnless ex- 
cused by tlie Board of instruction. 

4. Must deposit, w^ith the Principal, all spending money, 
to be rctunuMl in sucli amounts as he may tliink best. 

f). ]\rust giye assurance of compliance witli all the Rules 
and Regulations of the School. 

N. J]. — Each student will be considered a member of the 

Institution, initil due notice sliall haye l^ecn giyen of Intention 
to leaye. 

A P P A R A T U S . 

The Seminary is furnished w^itli a superior collection of ap- 
paratus, togetlier with full sets of Clobes, ]\raps and Charts, 






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and a good Cabinet of Minerals, thus aifording eycry facility 
for illustration and experiment in Geography, Astronomy, 
Philosophy, Chemistry, Anatomy, and Physiology. | 

DISCIPLINE. 

The Dicipline is mild, but firm and impartial. While eyery 
encoura»^ement will be giyen to the orderly and studious, and 
due allow^ance be made for youthful indiscretions, yet the law^- 
less and refractory cannot long remain among ns. — 

RELIGIOUS SERVICES. 

Eyery student is required to attend religions seryices at the 
opening and close of school, each day, as well as public w^or- 
ship morning and eyening eyery Sabbath, at such place as pa- 
rents or guardians may designate. 

N. B. — Each student must be supplied w^ith a Bible, to be 
read, icithout note or sectarian comment^ in the morning and 
evening seryices of the Chapel, The whole school read in 
concert. ' 

LITERARY SOCIETIES. 

Besides the regular w^eekly exercises in Composition and 
Declamation, there are four flourisliing Literary Societies 
in the Institution, the '' r)elles Letters,'' 'Mlamma Epsilon,'' 
"" Tripartite -LTnion,'' and '' Eclectic, ^^ each of which prepares 
and reads to the school a ])ai)er once a month. 

MERIT AND D E J^l E R I T . 

A strict w^eekly record is kept of all the exercises of the 
School, from which record the students will 1)0 graded, and 
their scholarships will be indicated in the annual Catalogue. 

A record of demerits also is kept. Tardiness, unexcused 
absences from required exercises, and all disorderly conduct, 
will subject the student to demerit marks. Three such marks 




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will bring a private reproof before the faculty ; six, a reproof 
before the Ladies or Gentlemen, as the case may be ; nine a 
a public reprimand before the whole school, and twelve may 
send the offender away. 

TOYOUNGMEN. 

Several steady young men can have employment in the In- 
stitution, and thus meet a large portion of their expenses. 

Schools also can be had by Ladies and Gentlemen who de- 
sire to teacli. Frequent applications are made from a distance 
for competent teachers. 

CALENDAR. 

The Academical year is divided into three Terms, com- 
mencing as follows : 

Fall Term, August 21 185G. 

Winter Term, .... November 27 1856. 
Summer Term, - . . , March 12 1857. 

The year will close, - . - - June 18 1857. 

A WORD TO PARENTS. 

1. Try to have your children here at the commencement of 
the Term. The classes are tlien formed, and it will be better 
for all concerned for the student to start regularly with his 
class. 

2. If possible, do not call them away during the session. 
Absence, if only for a few days, disarranges the classes, and is 
generally the licginning of irregularity on the part of the 
scholar. 

3. Do not allow your children to leave the school before the 
examinations, unless it cannot be avoided. Serious inconve- 
nience, to all concerned, often arises from a neglect of this 
caution. 



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4. Supply them very spariiighj with spending money. The 
free use of money is one of the greatest banes of a school, and 
a fruitful source of evil to the student. Parents cannot be too 
cautious on this point. 

5. Select for your child one of the Instructors, as a Patron 
to distribute his funds. In this way a more judicious use of 
your money will be made, and your child be kept from many 
temptations. 

N. B. — These last two suggestions are to be regarded as 
established rules of the school. 



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BY-LAWS 



1. The liours of ?tudv shall be as follows : 

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Fall and Winter Term—iS to 8, 9 to 12 A. M.; 1 to 5, 7 to 
9 P. M. 

Sprimj Term- G to 8, 9 to 12 A. j\I. ; 2 to 6, 8 to 9 P. M* 

2. During the lioui's of study, the students shall not be un- 
necessarily absent from tlieir I'ooms. 

3. At the time appointed to attend prayer, recitation, lec- 
ture, or other exercise, eacli student shall repair quietly and 
pronrpflij to tlie place designated. 

4. At no time shall anv student loiter in the halls, or about 
the doors ; or indulge in jumping, loud talking, whistling, or 
anv otlier uiniecessarv noise, or in the use of tobacco, in the 

buihlinirs. / 

f). The students shall not be absent from their rooms at 
niglii afl(U' tlie hour of study indicated by the ringing of the 
l»ell, nor shall they at any time, attend parties, or mixed as- 
s(Mnbli(^s, without ])erniission from one of the Teachers ; nor 
sliall they, at any time. A'isit the taverns, eating houses, depots, 
or oth(u- ])lac(^> of public resort, or on any occasion indulge in 
the use of intoxi(.'ating lirjuors. 

r». All i)ro[aneand indeccuit language, playing at games of 
(dianc(', injuring the ])roperty of the Institution, or of the citi* 
zens, (piarreling, lighting, or th(^ carrying of lire-arms, or 
other (huigerous weapons, is strictly forbidden. 







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7. No student shall leave the limits of the town for a lon- 
ger time than one hour without permission. 

8. Each student will be held strictly accountable for any 
damage he or she may cause to the Seminary property. 

9. The Teachers and Steward must, at all times, have access 
to the students' rooms, and if it be judged necessary, the rooms 
will be cleansed at the expense of the occupants. 

10. Cleanliness of person and of apparel, and a gentlemanly 
and lady-like deportment must be observed by all. 

11. No water, dirt, or other material, shall be thrown from 
any window in either building, or down the hot-air flues. 

12. The occupants of ihe Boarding House must have their 
rooms swept and in order by 6 o'clock, A. M., and their lights 
extinguished by half-past 10, P. M. 

13. No student will be allowed to go a bathing, fishing, 
gunning, or riding, without permission. 

14. The students must not visit the kitchens, dining room, 
or any other room, except their own, without permission. 

15. The Sabbath must be strictly observed by all. No 
walking about, visiting, or receiving of visits, will be allowed. 
All must attend public worship twice during the day at such 
place as they or their guardians may prefer. 

16. No lady shall at any time receive calls from gentlemen 
at her own room. Friends from a distance can see the ladies 
in the parlor. 

17. The young ladies will not be allowed to leave the Sem- 
inary grounds, at any time, without permission, 

18. The students are expected to pay proper respect to the 
Steward, as well as to all oflBcers of the Institution. 

19. No student shall change his or her room, or boarding 
place, without special permission from the Principal. 

20. No student wUl be permitted to leave the School, dur- 
ing its session, without an express request from the parent or 
guardian, made to the Principal. 



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21. Any student, who without just cause, shall fail to attend 
the examination, will be cosidered as under censure, and will 
not be allowed to advance with his classes, without suitable 
amends. 

22. Permission to be absent from any exercise must be ob- 
tained if possible before the absence occur. 

23» No student will be permitted to leave any class without 
the consent of the board of instruction. 

24. The Ladies and Gentlemen must not visit each other^s 
apartments, walk or ride together without permission ; nor 
must they at any time converse together from the windows* 

25. No student will be allowed to receive visits on the Sab- 
bath or during study hours, except by friends from a distance. 

26» Students from the neighborhood will not be permitted 
to visit home at such times as will interfere with the regular 
exercises of the school. 

27. Any offending student may be punished, according to 
the nature of the offence, by private or public reproof, suspen- 
sion, dismission or expulsion. 

28. Any temporary prudential regulation for the govern- 
ment of the school that the Teachers may see fit to adopt, shall 
be equally binding with these By-Laws. 







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